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Ray Snoddy reviews some of the main themes from the Society of Editors’ 2009 conference.
Alan Geere asks: supplements, are they part of the problem or part of the solution?
David Greene looks at how marketing budgets are being allocated.
Piet Bakker assesses the outlook for free newspapers in 2010.
Deloitte’s Media Predictions for 2010.
Meg Carter interviews the National Readership Survey’s Mike Ironside.
Peter Jackson looks at what makes covers sell ... and what doesn't.
We preview February's Publishing Expo.
Alfie Lewis explains the publishing strategy of BBC Good Food magazine.
Kate Mayfield looks at the issue of data proliferation and asks, friend or foe?
Mark Bishop has ten tips on how to profit from the expected upswing in the economy next year.
Martin Cloake takes elevenses with the editorial team at RBI.
Jo Bowman assesses the challenges & opportunities facing advertisement sales & commercial teams.
Charles Arthur on how to create a balanced circulation strategy shift from newsstand to subs.
David Stam looks ahead to what publishing strategies & opportunities will be thrown up the forthcoming general election.
Chris Bunnett reviews the current state of our production and print workflows.
We review the recent AOP conference.
Deloitte’s report on micropayments.
Martin Maynard: why publishers should be getting involved in social networks.
Mark Edwards: “How to make money by giving content away.”
Andy Maslen: How to lose your fear of search engines and write web copy that sells.
Amanda Watlington presents blogging strategies for publishers.
Angus Phillipson looks at content taxonomy and semantics.
And finally ...
Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.